Broulee Island/Pink Rocks
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User Rating

Difficulty 8

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Break frequency 4

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144 days a year

Dredging Wave

Wave Direction

Swell Direction

3.0m - 3.5m Swell

Wind Direction

Tide

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general information

The right hander known as pink rocks is located on the north side of Broulee Island. It's an intimidating monster of a wave with critical drop and walling and bowling sections to negotiate. It breaks over a bouldery reef and the boils in the wave face are a constant reminder of this as as you pick your way down the line. Not for the faint of heart of anyone less than very experienced in this kind of surfing. It's best in a big southeast swell and southwest winds.

Wave length

50-100m

Share with

21-49

Best months

April - October

Equipment

Body Board, Short board

Wave type

Dredging

Access

Standard Paddle

Hazards

Urchins, Reef/Rock, Rips

5 Day Forecast

5 day forecast not available.

Air - Sea - Swell - Wind

  • Spring suit
  • 3/2 steamer
  • 3/2 steamer
  • Spring suit

NE

NE

1M / F4

E

S

2M / F4

SE

W

2M / F6

E

N

1M / F6

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